Web Designer

Full time

Created: February 8, 2016
Starkville
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Description

The Web Designer will assist in maintaining the Libraries website and web-based applications as well as assist in the development of new applications for the Library and other clients. The successful applicant will also assist supported clients/users with comprehensive web development, programming, implementation and maintenance; configuration and training; integration with other systems; and integration of various information technology systems. 

Maintains existing and develops new websites and web applications including database programming, multimedia development and web editing; assists in integrating other 3rd party applications into new and existing websites/applications; assists with concept design, content delivery and exploring/recommending emerging technologies and services that will benefit the library program; provides technical support, training and ongoing development for a variety of existing applications; develops and maintains mobile web applications; works with Library Web Team to ensure appropriate web site ADA compliance as well as compliance with University policies; supervises student workers and manages student payroll for Web Services team; tracks, analyzes and reports on current web usage statistics; performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. 

Bachelor's degree in a related field; one year related experience in maintaining and developing web-related applications.

Strong interpersonal communication, organizational and problem-solving skills; demonstrated experience with web design software and programming experience using HTML, CSS and PHP; experience with various database systems including MySQL and Microsoft SQL; must be familiar with Internet protocols, web-based authentication methods and proxy servers in order to manage the site and maintain a high level of security for various databases and websites; understanding of web standards and accessibility as defined by the W3C and Section 508 Compliance. 

Applicants must apply online at  http://www.jobs.msstate.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=186542 by completing the professional application and attaching a cover letter and resume that includes the complete contact information for three professional references.

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How to apply

Contact:

Clay Hill


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Published: Monday, February 8, 2016 15:47 UTC